A poem on independant women who have no suitors as men feel intimidated by her.
Lower divorce rates in the past weren’t an indication of happier marriages, but of fewer options for people in unhappy ones, especially women.
A five-year-old boy returns home from school to find his caretaker dressed differently and tries to figure out why she has some colour — 'mehdi' — on her hands.
'It is about the sophistication she tries to buy, with her wardrobe full of muted, monochrome tussar sarees and the mid-length blouse pieces to wear on the body she …
A short story by Charlotte Perkins Gilman published in 1892 still resonates today when it comes to women and mental health.
Changing times and evolving dynamics of modern love might just require a monogamish solution.
A poem on the forced idea of marriage and companionship, and how happiness is largely subjective.
A poem on how a mother worries about how her daughter, who is about to tie the knot, will deal with life after marriage and its myriad complexities.
An IRS officer on the travails and pitfalls of navigating the great Indian marriage market.